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Sharon Fitzpatrick, M.S.

Sharon Fitzpatrick, M.S.

Senior Consultant and Trainer

Ms. Fitzpatrick is a valued resource providing training and development programs that are highly interactive grounded in research and proven best practices.

Sharon specializes in Organization Development, Diversity and Inclusion and Employee and Leadership Training.  She brings a broad level of expertise and experience that reflects an understanding of the needs and challenges that businesses face today. The Fitzpatrick Group provides organization – wide consulting, executive coaching, leadership and employee training for federal, public and non-profit organizations across the country. 

Ms. Fitzpatrick has proven beneficial in helping many organizations to implement and promote organizational development programs; and has personally trained over 20,000 executives, managers and staff level employees. She believes in building long term partnerships with her clients and is committed to providing the appropriate training, development tools and strategies that are aligned with an organization’s mission, vision and overall goals for success.

Ms. Fitzpatrick Graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Psychology from The Ohio State University and has a Master’s of Science in Organization Development & Strategic Human Resources from The Johns Hopkins University. In addition to her formal academic education, Sharon holds certifications in EEO Counseling, Diversity and Inclusion, DISC, Executive Leadership (USC), Project Management; and is a Zenger Miller Master Trainer. She was recognized as one of the “50 Women of Influence and Power” in Washington D.C.

Sharon is a member of several professional organizations including the Society for Human Resources Management, Federally Employed Women (FEW), Association for Talent Development, Clyde E. Woodroffe IV Foundation and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.  Sharon most recently joined “The Timothy Project” In Clarksdale Mississippi working with volunteer mentors for high school youth to rebuild the community.

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